Last week I took a mini-vacation from Thursday to Sunday, so I had to skip my Saturday Birs-Dip.
Instead, I went for a swim at Seebad Faulensee near Spiez at the lake of Thun. It was amazing.
If you want to join me at my weekly Birs-Dip, check out Google Maps and just show up at 9AM!
If you are not experienced with cold exposure at all, try showering cold for a week, this will help you not to freeze into a shock when entering the now colder water. You will get used to it and your mind will learn that your body can take it.
It has been over a year now that I have started with the Birs-Dip and many people have joined me for a couple of minutes every other Saturday morning at 9AM. One of the most consistant, joining me almost every Saturday is my good friend Andi Schlumpf.
I know, it’s only October but trust me, in a blink of an eye, Christmas will be here. 🎅It’s going to be a very special Christmas this year as we have probably been all affected by those exceptional circumstances we’re facing in 2020.
I’m currently reading (and listening it, it’s also available on Audible) this book by Dr. Joe Dispenza. It’s freaking amazing!
If you sometimes feel like you’re a victim of circumstances, read this book. It will empower and teach you how you can manifest ANYTHING imaginable. Curing yourself from illnesses, getting a better paid job, the partner of your lifetime etc. you name it, you have the capacity to do it. It’s quite a scientific approach, so perfect for doubters of anything spiritual.
It used to be only 2 dollars for the Kindle e-reader, so it was a no-brainer for me to buy it. Now it’s back at 9 dollars. Still a bargain if you think what this information can do for you.
Steinenvorstadt in Basel used to be THE place to be on weekends when I was a teenager. The street is about 300 meters long and it was also dubbed “KINO-STRASSE” (Cinema-Street) because of the many movie theaters.
I wish, someone had shown me this when I was a kid. Unfortunately, the movie wasn’t created back then but the next generations have this chance. And even if you’re an adult now, it’s still worth it to watch. It’s life changing.